Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences offers an intensive and comprehensive Medical and Surgical Gynecology Physician Assistant Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Arizona.
Mayo Clinic’s Medical and Surgical Gynecology Physician Assistant Fellowship in Arizona is a comprehensive 12 month didactic and clinical program allowing for exposure to all sub-specialties in gynecology. Our program is the first GYN-only fellowship in the country. During PA school, the required OB/GYN rotation for most students is focused on obstetrics with little experience in GYN. This fellowship will provide you with the knowledge and proficiency in all the GYN sub-specialties preparing you for a skilled career in gynecology. The fellowship includes training in medical gynecology, urogynecology, gynecology oncology, and minimally invasive surgery.
Completion and certification
After successfully completing the fellowship, you will receive a Certificate of Completion from Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences.
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Upon graduation, you will have spent time in each of the GYN sub-specialties and feel skilled in all aspects of gynecology.
- Acquire excellent clinical and surgical judgment
- Proficiently perform in-office gynecology procedures
- Maximize evidence-based medicine to formulate a diagnosis and treatment plan
- Formulate strong clinical skills on the evaluation, treatment, and management of common gynecologic diagnoses
- Perfect your surgical skills, including first-assisting, suturing, laparoscopy, and robotics alongside highly-trained staff
- Receive encouragement to be self-motivated, well-rounded, and a lifelong learner who will contribute to the field of gynecology
- Develop an attitude of team effort, where each member of the team is equally important attaining satisfactory patient outcomes
- Recognize that being a good communicator is a core clinical skill and that effective provider-patient communication can foster both patient and provider satisfaction with improved clinical outcomes